It is important to perform regular maintenance (Service, Filters) replacements on your car to keep things running smoothly.
Engine oil is the ‘life blood’ of your car.
It’s a vital component of the engine system, lubricating moving parts and ensuring your car has a long and happy life.
Designed to protect your engine from dangerous contaminants, an oil filter is a vital component
Unfiltered oil can, over time, develop hard and harmful particles.
The last thing you want is for them to pass through an old or broken oil filter.
This can cause lasting damage on your engine.
Certain parts of a car get overlooked in terms of their importance, and air filters are a prime example.
These relatively small parts prevent dirt and other materials from getting into the engine.
The pollen filter actually filters out more than just pollen.
It stops all kinds of debris, pollution and odours from entering the cabin and clogging up the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems
Without sufficient filtration, the air in your car will carry high levels of pollutants and allergens, which could affect your health.
The purpose of fuel filters is to stop dirt and debris from getting into your engine and contaminating your fuel supply.
Your car’s performance depends on a finely balanced mix of air and clean fuel.
Dirty, blocked, or worn fuel filters will compromise your car’s performance.
Spark Plugs (Petrol Vehicles)
Spark Plugs are connected to the ignition and engine, and work as part of the internal combustion system that starts the engine when you turn the key.
These can fail after a period of time having worn themselves out and this can lead to a misfiring engine or one that simply doesn’t start.